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FTP server access from External

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Hello All,

We have a watch guard fire wall up, users inside our network can access the fire which is Filezilla FTP server. I have assigned an external ip address of 173.167.4.11 to the ftp site for external users. No one can access it.  Can someone help with this issue ASAP!
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is the firewall doing a 1:1 mapping of a public IP to the private one ? or do you have some portforwarding in place .. if so what ports ? also do you have any filtering going on between the external network and the FTP server.

It might be worth checking http://www.mdjnet.dk/ftp.html for the configuration and ports needed, it depends what mode the FTP server is working in ...
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Kurt4949 earned 500 total points
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Check your watchguard log to see if it's being blocked when a user tries to connect.  In your watchguard config, did you create a policy rule?

The Policy should look like this:

FTP connections are allowed:

From
Any-Trusted
Any-External

To
(NAT) External IP -> Internal IP

If your external IP is not available, you need to add it to your secondary networks in network configuration area.


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Did you have any success with this ?
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